So, let’s address the chicken-shaped elephant in the room. If you’re unfamiliar with global cuisines or avoid cooking anything exotic altogether, you probably didn’t even think it was possible to eat chicken feet.
It may seem bizarre, but this ingredient is enjoyed widely in cultures all over the world. Countries like China, Vietnam and the Philippines are famous for their crispy, feet-flavored street food – but the excitement isn’t limited to Asia. African, South American and Caribbean nations are also avid chicken-feet eaters, often using them to bulk out classic recipes.
Every part of a chicken is edible when cooked, including its feet. Now we’ve got that out of the way, let’s find out how to whip them up into a delicious Jamaican-style curry.